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Sermon 231

Dhi`lib Yamami related from Ahmad bin Qutaybah, and he from Abdullah bin Yazid and he from Malik bin Dihyah who said, "We were with Ameerul Momineen when discussion arose about the differences of men (in features and conduct) and then Imam said":

They differ among themselves because of the sources of their clay (of creation). This is because they are either from saltish or sweet soil or from rugged or soft earth. They resemble each other on the basis of affinity of their soil and differ according to its difference. Therefore, sometimes a person of handsome features is weak in intelligence, a tall statured person is of low courage, a virtuous person is ugly in appearance, a short statured person is far-sighted, a good-natured person has an evil trait, a person of perplexed heart has bewildering mind and a sharp-tongued person has a wakeful heart.

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Sermon 82

About Amr bim A’as I am surprised at the son of Nabegha that he says about me among the people of Syria that I am a jester and ...

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Sermon 172

About Talha ibn `Ubaydillah. As for me, I would never be frightened of fighting or be made to fear striking because I am satisfied with Allah's promise of support ...

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Sermon 5

Delivered when the Prophet (a.s.) died and Abbas and Abu Sufian bin Harb offered to pay allegiance to Ameerul Momineen for the Caliphate O' People! Steer clear through the ...

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